What the irritable bowel syndrome has taught me : - body talks. You can ignore the voice, you can get annoyed the body is slowing you down. But it talks and never lies. It tells you your needs, tells you when you did wrong, it tells you to pace up or slow down. It tells you yin or yang. And you might not listen. So it will scream. Louder. And louder. Till you get it. - you don't fight your body. You don't fight the ocean. You take the waves. You surf. You learn to surf. Fighting will get you nowhere except to frustrated and tired place. You're a team. You're stuck with it so you better embrace it. Even if it's not what you want, it's what you need. So trust and surf.
- it will get you somewhere. It took me to yoga. Every deep magic glory thing that I thought would happened to me in life is happening... Inside. With my inner me. I realized it through yoga, through movement, wait... Through my body. This little one I used to hate because it hurts, is my way to deep magic. - you can't expect anything from outside if you don't deal with it. You might be frustrated no one is understanding you, no one gets it or no one knows what it is to feel your pain. True. Worse to face : no one is helping or nothing might help. This frustration might still be your body saying: but You, don't even get it. Not even you.
So keep listening, trust, open the heart, breath, smile ... And somehow it will manifest outside. 🙌💛☀️🐣
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